Andrew Talle is the Chair of the Musicology Department at the Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University. He studied cello performance and linguistics at Northwestern University and musicology at Harvard University. Dr. Talle is currently working on a book about the reception of J. S. Bach's keyboard music during the composer's lifetime. Secondary projects include a study of the musical lives of two countesses in Darmstadt in the mid-18th century and a collection of travel reports about the city of Leipzig written between 1700 and 1750.
Title: “The Reception of J. S. Bach´s Keyboard Music among Women, ca. 1720-1750 ”
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